Igneous, Sedimentary, and Metamorphic

A igneous rock is formed by by magma cools and solidifies and hardens. A sedimentary rock is formed by a sediment that is deposited over time usually formed in oceans and lakes and in some sort of water. metamorphic changes over time by heat and pressure.

This is a metamorphic rock  it can be formed from heat and pressure it sounds like a hot rock so i do not want to touch it might burn me but if was cooled it won't be hot so then you can touch it.

This is a sedimentary rock it is formed by deposited over time usually as layers of the bottom of the lake and oceans sounds like a smith rock right.

This is a igneous rock it is formed when magma is cooled and solidifies, it may do this above or below the earth surface. I think it is bumpy and rough there must be some strong metals are down there with it.

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